Category Archives: New Releases

The Not-So-Usual Suspects: Carina Press Mystery Authors Introduce Their Main Characters

Mystery fans will love four new titles published by Carina Press this week. Each novel features unique protagonists and engaging settings, tangled webs of lies and, of course, murder. So, whether your poison is private eye, amateur sleuth, cozy, or … Continue reading »

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October New Releases

Are you looking for new and exciting reads while you stay warm and toasty this fall? Not to worry, because our new releases are here to keep you company…and even give you an early taste of the holiday season. Keep … Continue reading »

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First Love or First Crush?

by Susan Mallery, author of The Christmas Wedding Ring I adore a good first-love romance. The hero and heroine have to deal with all those residual emotions, the passion and the pain…and they fall in love all over again. Sigh! … Continue reading »

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Top Ten Reasons Dukes Are So Delectable…

The wait is almost over for Zachary Black: Duke of Debauchery (October 2014), the first in Carole Mortimer’s Dangerous Dukes quartet, with Darian Hunter: Duke of Desire (November 2014) hot on his heels. The online prequel Marcus Wilding: Duke of Pleasure … Continue reading »

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Watching Characters Come To Life

by Jason Mott, author of The Wonder of All Things It had started out a humdrum day—and yet, as it turns out, it would be one of the most exciting days of my life. I had begun that morning writing, … Continue reading »

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Why small-town settings are romantic—and scary + Giveaway!

by Karen Harper, author of Shattered Secrets I must admit I’ve set the majority of my romantic suspense novels in rural areas rather than urban ones. Of course, that means I lose the metro chic restaurants, cinemas, live shows and art … Continue reading »

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“I have a thing for rock stars”: Kristina Knight on the Rockers series

by Kristina Knight, author of Start Me Up I have a thing for rock stars – from the oldies like Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis to the 80s pop stars like George Michael and Rick Springfield. There is no shortage … Continue reading »

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Who Said Characters Aren’t Real?

by Lynda Aicher, author of Shattered Bonds (Carina Press) What? Those people in romance books aren’t real? No way. I don’t believe it. How can I possibly root for, cry over and sigh with imaginary people? I don’t know about … Continue reading »

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“What’s a nice girl like me doing in a book like this?”: Jule McBride on Writing for Harlequin

by Jule McBride, author of Switch Me On When I sold my first romance novel in 1993, it was to Harlequin American Romance. Maybe you, too, enjoy that great series and all its wonderful authors? American Romance is loads of … Continue reading »

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The Teenagers Who Changed the World

by Robin Talley, author of Lies We Tell Ourselves This photo was taken on September 4, 1957, in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was 15-year-old Dorothy Counts’ first day of school. Dorothy was one of just four black students entering previously … Continue reading »

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